Mick Schumacher fears Haas 'adrift' again at Spanish GP

Following Friday practice in Barcelona Mick Schumacher conceded that Haas are “a bit adrift” of their only real rival Williams. In the opening rounds of the season, Haas found themselves in the same place where Williams suffered a few years back, that being lapping alone at the back. Portimao did give Haas hope though as Schumacher overtook the Williams of […]

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George Russell 'further away than usual' on low-fuel pace

George Russell is not expecting Williams to excel at the Spanish Grand Prix, citing low-fuel pace as a particular struggle. The last race weekend at Portimao was going fantastic for Russell as he qualified P11, his best showing as a Williams driver, but on the Sunday it all fell apart. An undetected issue with the FW43B, as well as extreme […]

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Pierre Gasly yet to 'click' with the AlphaTauri in Barcelona

Pierre Gasly ended Friday practice at the Spanish GP in P6, but he was far from happy with the feeling inside the cockpit of his AlphaTauri. With the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya providing one of the shorter lap times on the calendar, the midfield pack as expected was very tight on Friday. So on first glance P6 was not a bad […]

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Fernando Alonso P5 but 'more to come' in Barcelona

Fernando Alonso ended FP2 at the Spanish GP in P5 just behind Alpine team-mate Esteban Ocon, but said there is more to come. Since pre-season testing shifted to Bahrain for 2021, it meant that this was the first and only scheduled visit to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya of the campaign, the site for Alonso’s home race. “It was good to […]

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Nobody Anywhere Can Watch the New Alex Zanardi Documentary That ‘Debuted’ Last Week

“Disabilities are a very relative condition,” said Alex Zanardi to the Orlando Sentinel. “If you can’t jump over the problem then you can certainly go around it.” An inspiring sentiment from Zanardi, nonetheless, and one he’s proven almost unassailable by maintaining a professional racing career even after losing his legs in a gruesome racing crash. But to every rule, there […]

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Sebastian Vettel felt 'a lot more at home' in upgraded AMR21

Now armed with the aerodynamically-improved Aston Martin, Sebastian Vettel hailed his best Friday of the 2021 season at the Spanish GP. The four-time World Champion had been struggling in the early stages of the campaign to truly gel with his new machinery, but last time out at Portimao we saw a flash of the real Vettel as he made Q3 […]

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway Celebrates Its Famous Urinals With This Classy New T-Shirt

At Indianapolis Motor Speedway, recent upgrades have refreshed the facilities around the track, including the bathrooms. This led to anxiety amongst fans, who worried that the track’s apparently famous trough urinals would be replaced with a more traditional solution. In response, track president Doug Boles confirmed that the existing facilities will be replaced with new troughs, continuing the communal urination […]

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Lewis Hamilton doesn't see the point of new Turn 10

Lewis Hamilton says that he’s struggling to understand the point of the new Turn 10 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. It’s fair to say that the Spanish Grand Prix hasn’t been the most popular track on the calendar in recent times, with overtaking opportunities hard to come by. After a dull race last year in which Hamilton took the victory and lapped […]

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